Archive For November 30, 2016

'Ladies Of London' Caroline Stanbury Explains Treatment Of Julie Montagu, Julie Vows To Fight Back

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'Ladies Of London' Caroline Stanbury Explains Treatment Of Julie Montagu, Julie Vows To Fight Back

Season 3 of Ladies of London has just begun, and the drama between Caroline Stanbury and Julie Montagu has already heated up. On the season 3 premiere episode, Caroline and Julie were shown engaged in a tense argument as everyone else watched. Some viewers might believe that the exchange was really more of Caroline attacking…

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Management jobs being cut in Manitoba

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Management jobs being cut in Manitoba

WINNIPEG — Some managers in Manitoba’s civil service are being laid off this week as the government acts to hold the line on spending.Premier Brian Pallister says he is following through on a plan announced last month to trim 112 management jobs while working to preserve front-line positions.RELATED: Manitoba Tories to cut 112 government jobs…

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UK calls for more corporate governance on CEO pay, will Canada follow suit?

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UK calls for more corporate governance on CEO pay, will Canada follow suit?

Putting a limit on what private companies can pay their chief executives is a topic that may be gaining increased traction in the wake of a British report on the possibilities of corporate governance. The report comes in the wake of the scandal that has engulfed retailer British Home Stores (BHS). Story continues below The…

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Vancouver’s new Creekside Park to be designed by New York firm

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Vancouver’s new Creekside Park to be designed by New York firm

One of the last undeveloped waterfront areas in downtown Vancouver will be designed by a New York City-based company.The Vancouver Park Board says it has selected James Corner Field Operations to design the extension of the Creekside Park near Science World in northeast False Creek to build a legacy, destination park.The firm designed New York…

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Unesco declara el merengue dominicano Patrimonio Inmaterial de la Humanidad

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Unesco declara el merengue dominicano Patrimonio Inmaterial de la Humanidad

La undécima sesión del Comité Intergubernamental para la Protección del Patrimonio Cultural Intangible de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (Unesco) fue inaugurado hoy en Addis Abeba, capital de Etiopía. La rumba surgió en las barriadas urbanas pobres de Cuba y está vinculada a la cultura africana,…

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Calls on Twitter to Suspend Donald Trump for Violating Terms of Service

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Calls on Twitter to Suspend Donald Trump for Violating Terms of Service

President-Elect Donald Trump has a long history on Twitter. In the past, his Tweets were rather harmless and at times humorous. Since the start of the election, he’s used Twitter to his advantage by rallying his supporters and spreading his message. Now that Trump won the election, he is the common target for the media’s…

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Gord Downie performs at We Day in Halifax

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Gord Downie performs at We Day in Halifax

Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie performed at the We Day youth empowerment event at Halifax’s Scotiabank Centre on Wednesday, a day after his soldout Secret Path concert.READ MORE: Gord Downie to perform ‘Secret Path’ concert in Halifax Story continues below Organizers announced the surprise performance in a news release Wednesday morning and Downie was quoted saying…

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Peligra la continuidad de Keylor: Courtois se ve en el Madrid

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Peligra la continuidad de Keylor: Courtois se ve en el Madrid

Sin embargo, esta vez, parece que la crisis para el tico es aún más profunda, porque, como indica el The Sun, es el propio jugador quien se ve en las filas del Merengue. El contrato de Courtois, que finaliza en junio de 2019, todavía vincula al portero al club londinense por dos temporadas y media,…

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Ohio State Attacker Was Concerned Over Portrayal of Muslims in ‘The Media’

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Ohio State Attacker Was Concerned Over Portrayal of Muslims in ‘The Media’

In a Facebook post shortly before the Monday morning rampage, the Somali immigrant urged America “to stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah”, a term for Muslim people at large. The officer shot and killed Artan about a minute after the attack started. Artan reportedly said in another social media post: “If you…

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Will An 'Affluenza' Defense Keep Dr. Phil Guest, Bo Douglas Morgan, Who Got Two DUIs, Out Of Jail?

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Will An 'Affluenza' Defense Keep Dr. Phil Guest, Bo Douglas Morgan, Who Got Two DUIs, Out Of Jail?

The Dr. Phil Show had a young man and his parents on today, as a family in crisis. Bo Douglas Morgan has been charged with two DUIs, running over a man while under the influence, and possessing large amounts of drugs, including 66 tabs of LSD, and he is just shy of his 18th birthday….

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